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Huh? Are 5-cylinder car engines something to avoid or were some good ones made? Why would you avoid an engine because of the cylinder count? I currently have 3 vehicles (ignoring motorcycles and classics) and 2 have 5-cylinder engines, one has 4 cylinders. 2 are cars with 5 doors, and one is a truck (with 4 doors) 2 are made in Germany, and one in Belgium. Can you figure out what they are? Hint: the only Benz in the group is the 4-cylinder. Answer below. Comments on 5-cylinder engines in the 1970s, Mercedes needed some more “ooomph” for their 240D sedans. Probably due to weight gain with changing safety regulations. So they added another cylinder, and we got the 300D model, which became legendary for its reliability! In the 1980s, VW/Audi made 3 diesel engines with 4, 5, and 6 cylinders. In general: 4 cylinder diesels went into VWs 5 cylinder diesels went into Audis 6 cylinder diesels went into Volvos (Volvo still sells vehicles with VW engines. The top-of-the-line XC90 is the one with the optional VW TDI instead of the Volvo diesel) Audi cars used 5-cylinder engines from the 1980s to today. My 1992 Transporter Double-cab 1-ton crew-cab truck (the actual last VW truck sold new in North America) has a 2.5 L 5-cylinder engine, which is a longer stroke version of Audi’s 2.2 L engine, using a taller block. The same engine was used in the Eurovan passenger and camper vans. The VW Eurovan also came with a 5 cylinder diesel engine. The VW Crafter Van used the same diesel engine, and its twin, the Freightliner/Mercedes/Dodge/Mercedes Sprinter, also used a Mercedes 5 cylinder diesel. Mercedes also sold a version of the Eurovan, but running a Mercedes 5 cylinder diesel as one engine choice. VW also built a VR-5 engine, slotting it in-between the VR-4 (1/2 of a Passat W-8 engine, or 1/4 of a Bugatti Veyron engine) and the VR-6 (1/2 of the W-12 of the VW Phaeton and Audi A8). So, it has 2 banks of cylinders, but a single head with twin cams. image courtesy of Engine Labs Back to my vehicles: The 4-cylinder is a Benz B200 made in Germany The 5-cylinder truck is a VW Transporter, also made in Germany The car is a Volvo V50 wagon with the non-turbo 2.4 L 5-cylinder engine, and it was built in Belgium. All 3 of them are gas powered and FWD. But one is a 5-speed manual, one a 5-speed A/T, and one a CVT. The truck makes sweet sounds from a straight-pipe exhaust behind the catalytic converter, and the Volvo is 100% stock, but makes music past 5,000 RPM, past the 6,000 RPM red-line, to nearly 7,000 RPM. Seems it has no rev limiter, no traction control, and no ESC. (It would do smoky burnouts all day long if you were so inclined.) The only engine that makes sounds close to a straight 5 is a V-10. And those are way out of my budget, so I’ll enjoy my 5 cylinder contraptions. They’ve each proven extremely reliable, with nothing but routine maintenance.
Why do we not use a Diesel engine in a sports car? There are actually a handful of them available for several years, but unfortunately they are out of most people’s budget. Petrol engine is always lighter than a comparable Diesel engine of the same capacity, and much more so in the past. And petrol (gasoline) engine revs higher and at a much faster rate than a Diesel engine. That is why petrol engines are more desirable in a sports car. But don’t forget that Diesel engines produce much higher torque than petrol engines, which helps in moving the vehicle easier from a full stop, even from low RPMs. And the introduction of a turbocharger (and Intercooler - Wikipedia ) to Diesel engines make them produce comparable power to similar size petrol engines, albeit still at lower RPMs. So in effect, the much higher torque and similar horsepower will make a Diesel-engined car accelerate as fast as a petrol engined one. The Diesel engine itself has grown lighter, therefore bringing down the total weight of the car. Long time ago, Diesel powered cars were much heavier than their petrol models and hence, combined with the much lower power output, gave the negative notion that Diesel powered cars are slow. But no more of that. Just take a look at the Diesel powered sports cars available in the showrooms now: currently there are at least 10 fast cars that use Diesel engines (The fastest diesel cars on sale ): Porsche Panamera 4S Diesel BMW 435d xDrive Audi A8 4.2 TDI BMW 335d xDrive Bentley Bentayga Diesel Audi SQ7 Audi A6 3.0 BiTDI BMW 740d xDrive Audi A4 3.0 TDI BMW 640d All those cars can carry you and 4 passengers comfortably and safely but still have acceleration figures that can match any sports car out there, and don’t forget that they are all powered by “the humble” Diesel engines. So, in my opinion, the low number of sports cars that use Diesel engines only come down to one factor - sound. No matter how strong and fast a Diesel engine is, the sound it produces while accelerating through the gears cannot match the aural (some might say feral) sweet sound of a strong sporty petrol engine, especially the 6 cylinder variants and above. But if you’re talking about pure sports cars, as in roadsters/cabriolet just for 2 people, then as far as I can tell there is none available, well, none that really captivates the heart like Mazda Miata, a lightweight roadster with a perfect weight distribution and excellent handling, for example. But it has a petrol engine. VW, Audi and Peugeot might have tried rolling out Diesel powered cabriolets before but people are just not really buying them. The reason is such sports cars have to be ultra-light weight to be nimble and people buying them are even more interested in hearing the lovely vocals coming out from the engine, than engine performance itself. So a Diesel, no matter how refined or quiet, just won’t do in a small sports car.
As having owned both a BMW (7 series) and a few Audis (A8, A4 and A3 currently). First MB since I have no ownership experience. Until fairly recently, MB aesthetics weren’t all that aesthetically pleasing to my eye and price point. The 2003 7 Series was not all that pleasing aesthetically either but as far as comfort and build was concerned, I liked it a lot. We used to make 2–3K mile road trips for holidays every year and it ate up the highway miles with ease. Plus it was huge so we could pack a lot of stuff and the dogs with no problem. The only drawback was that it was a heavy car with rear-wheel drive. Most road conditions, not a problem. Slightest bit of snow on the road and she slid very easily making it a little unnerving. Audis don’t have that problem. I thought the build quality and aesthetics of any of my Audis were better than BMW or MB. I never felt unnerved in any weather conditions driving my Audis. In fact, the A8 felt more stable and tighter build than my BMW. My A4 had a 6 cylinder manual transmission and wanna talk about performance, it was a little rocket going down the road. I don’t think you can go wrong with any of these brands. It’s all a matter of what feels and looks right to your eye.
Volkswagen Phaeton. How about big Passat that's almost like Bentley? I think OP's question was the same one posed by former VW Chairman Ferdinand Piech. He wanted to drive a VW but he wanted a luxury car so he had a VW made on the same platform as the Bentley Flying Spur and Audi A8. (Volkswagen group owns both Bentley and Audi.) It can be had with a massive 6 liter W12 cylinder engine. Is there a business case to be made for 12 cylinder luxo barge for the modest VW brand? Of course not, but it's good to be the king or this case Chairman of the company.
My personal choice would be the BMW 7 series. Out of the four, S class and 7 series would stand out as the best( my opinion) I will choose 7 series because i prefer driving my own car and the BMW gives an excellent ride quality. It has a 6 cylinder engine with 2993cc.( top end model has 6592cc). It has 8 gear automatic transmission. It has 8 gear automatic transmission with dual cluth and sports mode. The BMW gesture control mode is first in the business. Standard features come aplenty on the new BMW 7-Series. On the base 740i trim alone, you get adaptive LED headlights, 19-inch wheels, parking sensors for the front and rear, automatic high beams, power-folding side mirrors, seats that are heated and power-adjustable 10 different ways, a rear-view mirror that automatically dims, and chic, well-stitched leather inside of the cabin. There is also the standard iDrive system for all of your infotainment needs and plenty of standard safety features, including blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic control and lane departure warning. Adaptive Air Suspension is another feature we can use for off roading. It has got cool infotainment system Other good thing about the 7 series is the remote control parking. The interiors are refined and of top quality. Driving this car would be real fun with it's crazy pick up and punch. The 7 series gives us sportiveness with luxury. But the new grill is a big thumbs down. All the four are very good cars bit if you like to be chauffeured you have to choose the S class.